Free Wireless Hotspots in Brisbane

If you’re roaming around Brisbane’s CBD and need to connect your laptop or smartphone to Wi-Fi, you’ll be spoiled for choice as there are heaps of places around town that offer free wireless internet. These include cafes, eateries and public spaces that offer free wireless internet you can connect to. Some cafes or bars ask that you purchase a beer or a coffee to access their network, which still makes for a pretty good deal.

The number of free wireless hotspots has continued to grow over recent years as more people feel obligated to stay connected as they roam the city. Below we have included some of the most popular places in the Brisbane CBD that offer free Wi-Fi.

Anzac Square

The Square is located between Anne Street and Adelaide Street. It’s a great place to lie on the grass and tweet about how relaxed you are.
 
McDonald’s – Eagle Street Pier, Central Station, Wintergarden and Myer Centre

If you’re in a hurry you can grab a burger and check your facebook page while you wait in line.

Zarraffa’s Coffee – Myer Centre and Albert Street

Unwind in the city with a latte and laptop, and spend the afternoon browsing your way through the internet. 15 minutes free with any TALL drink purchase.

Bleeding Heart Cafe

Surf the net guilt-free with an organic fair trade coffee, in a beautiful open-air veranda. You’ll be glad to know every dollar you spend at the Bleeding Heart cafe goes toward funding charitable and community enterprise.

State Library of Queensland – Stanley Place, South Bank


Connect to the net in Brisbane’s arts and cultural centre.